Welcome to the web site of Alan Siegel, PhD
SPECIALIZING IN THE COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATION AND TREATMENT OF

  • ADHD including the Inattentive, Hyperactive/Impulsive and Combined Type
  • LEARNING DISABILITIES in reading, writing, math, sensorimotor, auditory, and visual processing
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL DISORDERS of all kinds including Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar, OCD, etc.

DR. SIEGEL'S COMPREHENSIVE EVALUATIONS COMBINE 32 YEARS OF CLINICAL EXPERIENCE HELPING CHILDREN, ADULTS, AND FAMILIES. HE COMBINES THE LATEST TESTS AND TECHNIQUES IN ASSESSMENT INCLUDING:

  • NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL,
  • PSYCHOEDUCATIONAL (ACADEMIC) AND
  • PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT

In addition to an accurate diagnosis and understandable analysis and summary, Dr, Siegel's reports and consultations are directly linked to a highly specific and dynamic treatment plan with strategies that will be crucial to helping the child or adult and their family minimize and cope with disabling conditions and maximize their potential.

Dr. Siegel is  an Associate Clinical Professor in the Psychology Department at the University of California, Berkeley and his a California Licensed Psychologist (PSY8913)

Background and Experience of Alan Siegel Ph.D.

Services Offered and Potential Benefits of Evaluations and Treatment for: ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Psychological and Developmental Disorders

Updates, Ideas, Insights and Strategies for Education and Empowerment

Resources For Further Research:  LD, ADHD, NLD, Gifted, Anxiety, Depression, Accommodations Planning for SAT, SSAT, GRE and other tests, and Resources including: recommended Websites, Books, Assistive Technology Resources
ALAN SIEGEL, PHD
Email: AlanSiegelPhD@Gmail.com

Berkeley Office-- Elmwood-Rockridge area

San Francisco Office -- Presidio Heights area
(510) 527 7929

Assessment, Diagnosis, Treatment Planning, Consultation, Psychotherapy, Training.

Specializing in ADHD, Learning Disabilities, Psychological Disorders, and Testing Accommodations, 504 Plans, and  IEP Meetings


This page was last updated: October 1, 2013